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YOU SHOUTED YOUR COMMENT IN ALL CAPS. This is hard to read and annoys readers.
Blame the city council or its manager? Blame the Air Max Ltd On Feet lawyers? How about blaming the apathites who either failed to vote at all, or voted for Hedquist in the first place.
as a middle aged woman in skinny jeans. If I were the warden, I would sentence these offenders and you don't know who you are because you're not reading this to six months steady viewing on the public access channel of city council meetings, county commission minutes and live stream of the Wyoming legislative session. Model prisoners might get an occasional C Span treat.
unite! Crawl out of your pajamas, put on your sailor suit and take command of this ship. Visit with your unengaged friends, encourage them to vote, send them voter information. Hold their groggy entitled hands all the way to the polls. We'll all be better served by it.
If your comment was not approved, perhaps.
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Earlier this spring, I had a discussion with a teacher friend who told me that she and most of her friends opposed the $33 million school construction bond because it was generally a "waste" of their tax dollars. As a reminder, the failed bond would have paid for, among other things, academy equipment, safety improvements, and the construction of a new science and technology center. It was clear to me that this lady and her friends had zero command of the facts, nor did they evince any understanding of the impact of their yes/no vote. It was striking given that this comment came from the people that had the most to gain or lose by the outcome.
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Knowledge should not be a punishment. It's a gift and a privilege. Our culture of voter apathy has allowed the most passionate, rabid and often times wildly misguided loudmouths to dictate the public agenda, hijack our political parties and become the voice over a population of sleepers.
You called someone an idiot, a racist, a dope, a moron, etc. Please, no name calling or profanity (or veiled profanity $%^ rambled, failed to stay on topic or exhibited troll like behavior intended to hijack the discussion at hand.
What's worse, those who get their information from blatantly biased sources or those who get no information at all? Ironically, though we have an infinite source of information outlets at our fingertips, many people choose to listen to news sources that merely validate their opinions. This is particularly concerning because it is highly unlikely the Rush Limbaughs or Rachel Maddows of the world have any objective insight into Wyoming's wage inequality issue, access to healthcare in Natrona County, local bond issues, or the construction on CY and Poplar.
Where do you get off lady? that small group of people who killed your beloved special interest projects are the folks who call this place home. they are the tax payers who pay their taxes, go to work and church. perhaps they are not at the meetings like you think they should be. But they hear about who is connected to who and what special interest is pandering to the councils and commissions at any given moment for their trails, bike paths ski resports, hotels and parks. blah blah blah. " casper people are sick of footing the bill for special interest they want their roads done, their sewers done their rural roads taken care. There not real interested in bike trails and golf courses and ice rinks. so step off.
Apathy is a slippery cousin of laziness. My guess is that, had the above offenders made an effort to learn the facts, their vote (or lack thereof) would be dramatically different. If the string of TVs at the gym are any indication, most of us are getting our news, with its perpetual "Breaking News" banners streaming at the bottom of the screen, from sources headquartered thousands of miles from this time zone.
You have issues with a business. Have a bad meal? Feel you were overcharged at the store? New car is a lemon? Contact the business directly with your customer service concerns.
"Did anyone hear what happened to that biker who was hit by the drunk driver?" When I overheard this exchange last month, approximately one month after a biker was fatally injured, I paused to make sure I heard correctly. The person who made the comment was a successful downtown business owner whose office was located within one block of the accident. Everyone at the office shook their heads, yeah, whatever happened? Did they catch the guy? Those statements were from a former principal, someone in the college community and another in the fitness community. It unnerved me to think that people could be so out of touch with their community.
Presently, this small but vocal sliver of the population has torpedoed two library initiatives and a major school construction project. In 2012, voters in Ward II district elected a councilman whose business profited mightily from the city of Casper. Anyone who was remotely following that election had plenty of candidate information prior to the election and should have sniffed that gargantuan conflict of interest well before they elected Councilman Hedquist. Consider the Oct. 18, 2012,Star Tribune article "Casper City Council candidate denies conflict of interest with his construction company," noting that Hedquist, as the top city contractor was awarded more money and projects than any other construction company, raking in $16.7 million for 19 city projects.
and taxpayer gets to voice their support or not at the ballot box. First Hedquist was Accused of violating conflict of interest laws, but there is no proof of that. He never personally voted as a council member to to award any contracts to his company. Hence no violation of law occurred. The people said no to the library tax, because you take your kids there now and it's a hangout for homeless people coming there for free internet access. Kids and students today can do research online, and purchase online books for e readers. The voters realize a new library costing millions of dollars is a waste of taxpayer monies. The school tax was defeated because new buildings, swimming pools, and so called technology enhancements don't improve failing schools. Check into the thousands of dollars wasted on giving students laptop computers at Frontier Middle, and basing their curriculum totally on online learning. Look where that school is today academically. Passionate views, pointed criticism and critical thinking are welcome. Name calling, crude language and personal abuse are not welcome. Moderators will monitor comments with an eye toward maintaining a high level of civility in this forum. Our comment policy explains the rules of the road for registered commenters.
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